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Social School Award Blog

First UK School Success – Coates Lane Primary

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Watch this video submitted by the Headteacher, Deputy, Key Stage Leader, Parent & School Governor from Coates Lane Primary who this month were the first in the UK to be given the Social School Award. This was the school’s video submission as part of their evidence gathering, reflections and analysis of impact on parental and […]

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School certificate for commitment & registration

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If your school is one of the first wave to register with us in taking the first step towards making a submission for the Social School Award, then there’s something in the post for you arriving tomorrow (6th July 2017). Based on the quality of early registrants for the Award, it’s clear that schools are […]

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Wouldn’t it be amazing if every school…?

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Lots of schools have embraced social media in recent years & it has become clear that the more successful ones have certain things in common.  Namely, they’ve begun to recognise how social media can be a positive force for change in and around school. As a vehicle for change, social media in schools can be very influential.  Many […]

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The Social School Award 2017

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The Social School Award was just launched on 11th May at the Lancashire Association of School Business Managers Conference. The Social School Award is designed for schools who have embraced social media for connecting, promoting and engaging with others in lots of different ways. A collaboration between John Bidder and David Mitchell over the last […]

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Improving the parent journey

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Today I was travelling back by train from a meeting in Manchester. Hot choc in hand I arrived at the platform and found that the train I was to catch had been cancelled.  No worries. Trainline App to hand (I wasn’t alone – another guy also had this) I worked out what I needed in […]

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